Urban partnerships in the mid 1990"s

evolving nature of urban governance in Sheffield.
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Sheffield Hallam University,School of Urban & Regional Studies
SeriesUrban & regional development series -- no.18
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Open LibraryOL16685290M
ISBN 100863396305

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purpose of the study b. methodology ii. partnership models in the united states a. reasons for partnership building in urban development and evolution of the partnership idea b. public-private partnerships defined c.

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Leaders in many communities have responded to opportunities for cooperation between the public and private sectors in various ways.

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